A message to my beautiful community,

Due to the impact of COVID19 and because I wish to make every effort to contribute to the health and safety of our community I will not be offering any body treatments until further notice.

I am however continuing to offer health consultations online and highly encourage you to take this option as now is such an important time to be focusing on your health.

All health consultations include a health plan created specifically to suit you, your constitution, your health requirements, your lifestyle and your circumstances.

If you wish to book a consultation you are welcome to contact me directly on;

0488799836 or email Gopali@anjaliayurveda.com.au

I look forward to hearing from you and supporting you on your health journey,

Yours in good health,


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